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Products Available for SEMA Show Project-Vehicle Builders

Bel-Air Convertible

SEMA Show exhibitors: Generate more buzz for your company and its products at the 2009 SEMA Show by offering products to builders through the SEMA Products for Project-Vehicle Builders list.

From now until just days before the annual Show, the latest additions to this list are made available through SEMA eNews. Hundreds of builders access the list, looking for the pieces that add extra flair to their builds. Product placement opportunities such as this are so beneficial that many exhibitors offer products for free or at a greatly reduced rate.

To place your product on the list, send your company name, a brief product description, contact information and a website where the products can be viewed to and put “Product List” in the e-mail subject line.

Remember, builders will contact you directly, so make sure your contact information is accurate. New submissions will be included every week.

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Engine/Underhood Components

Superchips: High-performance automotive programmers: Flashpaq performance programmer, Jeep Flashpaq off-road programmer and Cortex performance programmer. Uses are for stock and performance vehicles on the street, off-road and racing. Products are available for most late-model trucks (gas and diesel), SUVs and performance cars. Contact: Brian Fletcher,, 407/585-7067 Website:

Exterior Components/Accessories

APS Auto Parts Specialist: Billet grille; mesh grille. Contact: Paul Chen, 866/837-1277, ext. 204; 866/837-1279 (fax). Website:

Bed Wood and Parts: Exotic and domestic BedWood for trucks. Contact: Jeffrey Major,, 270/424-3000, 270/424-8300 (fax). Website:

Suspension/Brake Components

Hellwig Products: Performance sway bars, helper springs or air suspension. Contact: Melanie White,, 800/367-5480. Website:

ReadyLift Suspension Inc.: Pickup/SUV leveling kits and hybrid lift kits. Each ReadyLift® kit is designed to lift the front a maximum of two to four inches, leveling the stance of the vehicle and allowing for a larger wheel and tire package to be installed. No permanent modifications of the vehicle are required, and most kits can be installed anywhere using standard tools. Contact: Steve Robinson,, 949/579-0793, 949/271-4837 (fax).